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  1. raremage's Avatar
    the PPI is another one, I think it should be AT LEAST 300, not 294; will you see any big difference? Probably not, it's still good enough to enjoy without noise or pixelated images.

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    Really? One of your gripes is it lacks 6 pixels?

    Think about how funny that sounds!


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    09-27-15 03:29 PM
  2. Evertson's Avatar
    The same here. I use the classic now for a few weeks (after a few iPhones). It is an awesome device.

    Greetings, Evert from the Netherlands.
    09-27-15 04:07 PM
  3. Lefty724's Avatar
    Same here. I went from a iphone 6 to a SE Passport. While I was using the SE, I busted out the 9900 as a goof and remembered how much I love the track pad!

    I instantly ordered a Classic from Amazon and have been using it since Friday. Right now I am loving the tool belt and at this point I'll take the one-handed use and tool belt over the specs and keyboard of the SE. Love this phone!

    Posted via my Classic
    09-27-15 08:15 PM
  4. conbrio29's Avatar
    Same here. I went from a iphone 6 to a SE Passport. While I was using the SE, I busted out the 9900 as a goof and remembered how much I love the track pad!

    I instantly ordered a Classic from Amazon and have been using it since Friday. Right now I am loving the tool belt and at this point I'll take the one-handed use and tool belt over the specs and keyboard of the SE. Love this phone!

    Posted via my Classic
    So you still keeping your Passport?

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    09-28-15 05:39 PM
  5. phoneporn's Avatar
    Well considering iPhones have had a 326ppi for the longest time, and BlackBerry is stuck at 294. But It wasn't so much a gripe, more of a pointless wish.

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    09-28-15 09:30 PM
  6. Lefty724's Avatar
    So you still keeping your Passport?

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    Not sure yet? I'm madly in love with the Classic right now.

    Since I've owned a couple of Classics and Passports already, it doesn't take long for the muscle memory to come back to either one. About 2-3 days max. I still find myself flicking up on the Classics keyboard lol.

    I'm playing with a Galaxy S6 this week but it'll probably go before any of the BlackBerry's.... Again, still unsure at this point.


    Posted via my Classic
    09-28-15 10:19 PM
  7. Lefty724's Avatar
    Switched from iPhone 6 to the classic...best decision I have ever made.-img_0954.jpg

    All very beautiful devices imo.

    Posted via my Classic
    09-28-15 10:19 PM
  8. Hans im Glueck's Avatar
    Hi Wreed -- you're not alone, but in a relatively small group. The fact that so many more i-phone and Android phones are sold than Classics is no indication whatsoever that they're better. Omega wristwatches aren't the world's best sellers either. Practically no top quality product in any category is the world's best seller.

    The Classic is far and away the best mobile device for anyone who must write accurately, or who simply enjoys accurate writing with no compromises. The device has a certain weight and a fine feel in the hand. And the keyboard writes just so -- not kind of okay or just alright; the Classic has no equal in mobile written communication, e-mail, text, documents. The Classic feels and performs like a quality tool, the others feel like toys and are designed and built chiefly to amuse the masses with simple shapes and bright colors.

    The best honest answer I have ever heard from those who pretend to be able to write on touchscreens is "you get used to it".

    And a smartphone without a trackpad is like a car without a steering wheel -- Google makes those too. No thanks.

    Enjoy the best smartphone made.

    All hail the Classic!

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    09-29-15 06:05 PM
  9. azum4u's Avatar
    In another thread I opened I said BlackBerry problem is BlackBerry itself, people thought I have gone crazy. Can anyone here tell me d last time they saw a BlackBerry advert on TV. It's not as if there are not many things to market with regards to BlackBerry. Off my heard I can list the following: hub, battery life, multi-tasking, security etc as sellable(sp) features of BB10. But no RIMS is wasting time, energy and resources in making an Android phone which I believe will flop. If half of this has been devoted to marketing BlackBerry will have a better share of the mobile market.
    The often said issue with BlackBerry is d lack of apps which to me is over blown. I have over 500apps on my Classic, but I can count how many of these I use on a daily basis. 75% of the apps I have I never used. And I believe most ppl are like me. Before the naysayers come in to attack me, let me state my friends call my phone my "plastic brain". Just to give an idea of how heavy a user I am of my smartphone4s.
    Anyone here remember the story of HTC. This company used to have a very good software built on Windows mobile. All of a sudden they went Android way, the rest they say is history. I pray BlackBerry is not threading same route to oblivion.

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    09-29-15 06:53 PM
  10. Hans im Glueck's Avatar
    Azum4u said it -- I need a BlackBerry android like I need an Omega watch with a Timex movement. No thanks. And yes, there are one million android apps, but 99.99% of them are superfluous garbage. BlackBerry customers use their phones mostly to write, not to play the eleventy-thousandth version of Candy Crush. BlackBerry should continue to focus on what they're supposed to be focusing on -- building BlackBerrys. Sales slumping because of lack of advertising? I don't think so. Sales of BlackBerry will always trail i-phone and android because the BlackBerry is a specialty device with its own smaller market, whereas the i-phone and android fulfill their purpose of appealing to the illiterate masses whose 3-second attention spans make possible the downloading and skimming of hundreds of useless apps on a daily basis.

    All hail the Classic!

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    09-29-15 09:10 PM
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